Imogene CaithnessDirector @ Just Be Fit 4 Life.

What's the best app I can use to build a basic app?

I need to make a simple one for my daughters entrepreneur day at school.
5 recommended
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    Fuse Studio

    The world's first visual, real-time app development tool

    Justin MitchellFounder & CEO @ Yac · Written
    Currently loving this. You'll want some basic Javascript knowledge
    Dustin McCaffreeSwell - Nocode Payments (Coming Soon) · Written
    Fuse is very cool, but I agree you'll want some basic JS knowledge. Along with that, it's sort of like "Unity for apps" in that it can be used to do SO MUCH but there is a bit of a learning curve for the deeper tech stack.
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    Build a fully functional web app without any code

    Pavan Sethibuilding things. · Written
    Bubble is great for non-coders. Their native mobile app developer is still in beta but it works. There is tons of tutorials and posts about using Bubble although one downside is that there isn't too much documentation for native apps just yet. For your use case, I think it may be a good option and if you need help, check out tutorials from :)
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    Ionic Creator V2

    Build better mobile apps, faster

    Jay GunsonProduct @ nudj · Written
    While Fuse Studio is awesome, as pointed out, it does require some basic JS knowledge. That's why I'd recommend Ionic Creator. Style-wise it's quite opinionated, but the fact that you can drag-and-drop a small, but key selection of elements onto a screen to build your app is pretty neat. Plus you can sync your project with the Creator App to avoid any (usually stressful) deployment process.
  4. GoodBarber is a super easy tool for non-coders. The big downside is that there is no free version, but you could use the 30-day free trial for your daughter's entrepreneur day.
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    The easiest way to build the app or bot of your dreams

    Vinit AgrawalCo-Founder at Tars ( · Written
    You won't have to leave the browser to make apps in this. What else can i day? Yeah, these are same guys who created: Stackoverflow and Trello. It does require you to do coding though.